النسخ عند الإمام القرطبي من خلال كتابه الجامع لأحكام القرآن
عامر حمادة سليم عابدين
Amer Hamadeh Saleem Abdeen
This study, for which I chose the title: “Transcription by Imam Al-Qurtubi through his Comprehensive Book of the Rulings of the Qur’an” - represents a scientific thesis for a master’s degree from the Deanship of Graduate Studies, Al-Quds University in Palestine. The study aims to contribute to the enlightenment of Al-Qurtubi's method of copying verses of the Holy Qur’an, and to explain his methodology in discussing the sayings of scholars in transcription, and employing various Sharia sciences to suggest whether or not copies occurred, and to know the most important evidence that Al-Qurtubi relied on in his weightings. In this study, the researcher followed several scientific approaches in order to reach the desired results from the thesis, namely: the inductive approach, by extrapolating the Qur’anic verses related to the topic of transcription, which Imam Al-Qurtubi talked about in his interpretation. The descriptive approach, by presenting the foundations and rules by which Al-Qurtubi deals with the abrogated verses, or in which the transcription is claimed, with a discussion of the sayings of al-Qurtubi and the statements of other scholars, down to the most correct from the researcher's point of view. This study includes an introduction, a preface, two chapters and a conclusion. Preface: includes a brief translation of Imam Al-Qurtubi, may God have mercy on him, and basic introduction to transcription. The first chapter of the study is devoted to the abrogating and abrogated verses that Imam Al-Qurtubi, may God have mercy on him, suggested saying by copying them, and a review of that came through selected samples from several chapters of the Holy Qur’an. Chapter Two of the study is devoted to the verses that Imam Al-Qurtubi, may God have mercy on him, weakened the saying by copying them, also through selected samples from several chapters of the Holy Qur’an. The study ended with a number of results, the most important of which are: Al-Qurtubi has a disciplined approach to copying issues, it starts from fixed rules, and it proved the transcription in the Holy Quran. He does not exaggerate in the matter of transcription; rather, but one of those who tend to keep the verse as non-transcribed as possible. As for the recommendations presented by the study, they invite researchers in Qur'anic studies to pay attention to the study of transcription among the commentators, and invite scientific societies specialized in Qur'anic studies to encourage researchers to single out each issue with independent studies. There are many issues that need to be edited, as well as recommending the establishment of a collective and comprehensive project to produce transcription-related studies, research and theses.